Vancouver gets a Cyber Car Wash
Car owners in Vancouver can look forward to the opening of a new “Cyber Car Wash” with a 36-meter-long car wash tunnel.
Judging by the submitted plans (see picture), the new building will have a futuristic, angular look with much aluminum and glass.
The car wash will have license plate recognition, member pay lanes and easy-loading conveyor belts, Jason Ritchie, director of innovation & creative at Hurley Development, promises.
Furthermore, the planned Cyber Car Wash will have wide-open wash tunnels to make it a non-claustrophobic experience.
The owner — Ten Talents Investments 23, owned by Hurley Development — submitted the plans for the car wash along with Seattle-based Pacland, a civil engineering and land development firm.
The overall building dimensions are approximately 38 meters (127 ft) long by 15 meters (48 ft) wide, with a total of around 1500 square meters, according to the plans.
The opening date of the new wash tunnel at 14309 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Vancouver is not yet known.